Time to Start Thinking About Holiday Décor

via dying of cute

Thanksgiving is only a few days away so I feel like it is time to start thinking about decorating for the Holidays.  I walked into Coffee Bean the day after Halloween and it was already decked out for the Holidays and I started screaming “Too soon!  Too soon!” {it was in my head of course, I’m not one for making a scene.}

It’s hard for me to get into the holiday spirit in Southern California, especially when it’s almost 80 degrees outside.  Palm trees with little white lights do not a holiday make in my mind.  The Holidays of my memories include snow, red noses, the smell of spiced wine as you are welcomed into a party, and eating roasted chestnuts while gazing at the Saks Fifth Avenue Holiday windows (these days it’s my nose pressed against the glass at Bergdorf Goodman’s windows -- click here to read my post on the fabulous windows they have created this year.)

Some quick tips to create a cohesive look with your Holiday décor ::

  • Base your design on a style, like elegant, rustic, modern, or whimsical.
  • Come up with a palette, like red and green, ice blue and silver, metallics, etc.
  • Use a theme -- snowflakes, reindeer, snowmen, candy canes, or angels for example.

So, in an effort to get into the Holiday spirit {80 degree weather notwithstanding,} I’ve gathered a bunch of photos of gorgeous Holiday interiors.  I hope you enjoy them too!

via south shore decorating blog

via legacy interiors

via ballard designs

via ballard designs

via house beautiful

via that inspirational girl

via a pop of pretty

Robeson designs

via cal perry on pinterest

cheryl hucks interiors

via inspired design

via for the home

via michelle millard on pinterest

via desire to inspire


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